The innovative hybrid-design DAC Box RS from Pro-Ject is a reference-class D/A converter for a large range of digital audio stereo sources. It functions as an exceptional USB audio user interface for the requiring computer audio applications. It likewise features an AES/EBU input as well as an I Â² S user interface for use with the Pro-Ject CD Box RS CD transportation. The DAC Box RS provides full DSD capability (as much as DSD128) over PCM. All inputs totally support 24-bit/192 kHz HD music information (optical inputs support 96/24) in totally asynchronous mode for outstandingly pure, low jitter, low distortion digital audio. The DAC Box RS provides a high degree of flexibility in sound quality by offering both a tube and a solid state output phase, so that you can choose the audio 'feel' you want to fit the type of music and recording that you listen to. For warmer and more relaxed sounding audio, choose the 6922 tube output phase. Or choose the strong state 'Class A' output phase with extraordinary details and characteristics. In addition to the two outputs stages, an option of two different digital filter settings allow you to customize the audio to fit your preferences. The nine digital inputs consist of two coaxial (S/PDIF), 4 Toslink optical, one USB B, and one AES/EBU. Furthermore, an I Â² S user interface and clock output are offered use with the Pro-Ject CD Box RS CD transportation. When you combine the DAC Box RS with the CD Box RS, you have an audio disc playback system rivaling elements costing much more. Analog outputs consist of one pair of balanced XLR outs and one pair of unbalanced RCA outs. The DAC Box RS incorporates a pair of premium audio grade DAC chips, the PCM 1792, which is normally discovered only in pricey high-end designs. The whole audio circuitry design is ultra-low sound and ultra linear with really low output impedance to avoid any negative interference with cables or preamps. Due to its class-leading audio efficiency DAC Box RS is a supreme high-end deal.
Advanced hybrid-design, reference-class D/A converter
Tube output stage (6922) and solid-state output stage (switchable)
24-bit/192 kHz asynchronous USB (XMOS technology)
DSD (up to DSD128) capability (DSD over PCM)
Double top grade PCM-1792 D/A chip from Texas Instruments